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Norwich City Community Heroes 2021-22

We have been delighted to join Norwich City Football Club again this season to showcase the good work of both individuals and organisations within their local communities.

Every month during the 2021-22 season, a ‘Community Hero’ has been nominated, with their story shared across Norwich City and Fosters’ digital channels, in the matchday programme – as well as the person or organisation being invited to attend a Premier League match at Carrow Road.

This season’s Norwich City Community Heroes have represented a wealth of wonderful examples of people doing heart-warming things and championing important causes, and organisations who provide vital services and support within our community.

Congratulations to all our 2021-22 Norwich City Community Heroes!

August 2021 – Mervyn Ivany and Oliver
Fundraisers for Vision Norfolk, a charity for people living with sight loss and visual impairment. Both use the support services of the charity.

September 2021 – Alex Fearne
Community Sports Foundation programme participant and volunteer.

October 2021 – Elliot Arthur Worsop and Barney Weston
Championing sustainability in football.

November 2021 – LGBTQ+ supporter groups
During the annual Stonewall Rainbow Laces campaign we supported and acknowledged the work of LGBTQ+ fan groups within football.

December 2021 – Freddie Dawson
Seven-year-old fundraiser for the Community Sports Foundation and Jenny Lind Children’s Hospital Fund.

January 2022 – Sol Rivett
Sol turned his cancelled volunteer school trip to Africa into a way to give back to his local community.

February 2022 – Henry Webb
Seven-year-old Henry spends his free time raising money for a local care home and reading books to its residents.

March 2022 – Julia Robathan of Nelson’s Journey
Julia is a champion and trustee of local charity, Nelson’s Journey, who support thousands of Norfolk young people through bereavement.

April 2022 – Oliver Cruickshank
Junior Canary, Oliver was nominated for his ever-positive attitude at Watton Junior FC and his eagerness to help support his new team-mates.

May 2022 – Amber Sheehy
Eight-year-old Amber was winner of the club’s Michelle Dack Fan of the Season Award.

This article was produced on the 7th June 2022 by our Communications team for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.